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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Adrienne Lichliter, Clemson University Art Department MFA Candidate, Accepted into the 2014-2015 Kala Artist-in-Residence Program



Adrienne has been accepted into the Kala Art Institute's Emerging AIR Program and will be working in the Intaglio, Lithography, and Monoprint area.  Adrienbe will be in Berkeley for a month this summer.

The Kala Artist-in-Residence Program:

Artists working in various printmaking techniques, photo-processes, book arts and digital media including video production can apply to become an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute. Residency applications are accepted online three times per year. Artists who apply for residency should be familiar with at least one of the media offered at Kala. Considerations for acceptance are conceptual creativity and technical knowledge. Kala encourages use of both traditional and new technologies, and their admixture.

Resident artists receive 24-hour access to the printmaking workshop and/or electronic media center, individual storage space, possible exposure on Kala's website and in other exhibitions at Kala or outside exhibition spaces, and participation in a vital, international artistic community.
Kala Art Institute:

Founded in 1974 by Archana Horsting and Yuzo Nakano as an international workshop and forum for ideas, Kala Art Institute provides exceptional facilities to professional artists working in all forms of printmaking, digital media, photography, and book arts. Located in the former Heinz ketchup factory in West Berkeley since 1979, Kala’s 15,200 square foot facility houses an extensive array of artmaking equipment, as well as a public exhibition gallery, an art library and an extensive print archive. Established artists associated with Kala over the years include Squeak Carnwath, Roy de Forest, Jessica Dunne, Bella Feldman, Barbara Foster, Sonya Rapoport, Peter Voulkos, and William Wiley. In addition to the artists in residence program, the organization’s annual activities include over 100 classes and workshops open to the general public; 8-12 visual art exhibitions in Kala’s gallery as well as off-site locations; on-going lectures, artists talks, and special events open to the general public; and an Artists- in-Schools program that provides curriculum-based visual arts education to children in schools in Berkeley, Emeryville and Oakland. Kala currently serves approximately 25,000 individuals annually, many of whom reside in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area.


A print by Adrienne Lichliter
Kala Art Institute
Gallery:
2990 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94702

tel: 510-841-7000

Studios:
1060 Heinz Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94710
tel: 510-549-2977 (office)
tel: 510-540-0935 (emc)
fax: 510-540-6914

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